West Ham manager Slaven Bilic
The Hammers have been busy already this summer as their big move to the 60,000 seater Olympic Stadium looms large.
Slaven Bilic has completed the signings of Norwegian Havard Nordtveit and Algerian winger Sofiane Feghouli as he looks to improve his squad with the Europa League and raised expectations to cope with following a fantastic first season at the Hammers helm.
West Ham have also been busy collecting some top quality young players in the hope Bilic can fin tune their talents to benefit the first team.
Martin Samuelsen, Antonio Martinez and Domingos Quina are all tipped for stardom while the club already has Reece Oxford and Reece Burke in their ranks.
West Ham United co-owner David Sullivan watches from the stands with a younger Jack (centre)
'In happier news...'
In the wake of James Tomkins's £10 million sale to London rivals Crystal Palace, which upset many Hammers fans, Jack Sullivan - the teenage son of the club's co-owner David - took to Twitter to bring supporters more upbeat news.
"More happier news, we expect to sign someone in the next 3 days," Sullivan posted on Twitter followed by a picture of an airplane and a crossed Hammers crest.
More happier news, we expect to sign someone in the next 3 days. ✈️ ⚒— Jack Sullivan (@jsullivanwhu) July 5, 2016
But who might it be?
The East Londoners have been linked with a plethora of players in recent weeks including the likes of Palace's Yannick Bolasie, Liverpool's Christian Benteke, Lyon's Alexandre Lacazette, AC Milan's Carlos Bacca and Besiktas' Mario Gomez to name but a few.
After his post, Sullivan suggested he included the airplane picture for good reason, perhaps suggesting the new arrival is from overseas.
On that basis, could the new signing be one of these three players?
Probably the favourite on the limited information in Sullivan's tweet.
According to the likes of Sky Sports, the East Londoners are still in negotiations with Besiktas over a deal for the diminutive winger.
It is understood the club will have to spend as much as £13 million to get their man after an initial loan with an option to buy was rejected by his club Besiktas.
There has been a lot of excitement among Hammers fans over Tore's potential arrival but do West Ham really need another winger?
According to Sky Sports West Ham had a £15 million bid for Colombian striker Bacca rejected last month.
And just last week, the Express reported that Bacca was waiting for AC Milan to decide whether or not they intend to sell him before deciding his future.
The 29-year-old could be sold this summer as Milan manager Cristian Brocchi seeks to add his own recruits to the first team.
The striker only signed from Sevilla last summer but Milan’s struggles both on and off the field make him a candidate to be offloaded.
Hammers fans would be delighted to see the arrival of a striker with a fearsome goalscoring record too.
Supposedly Bilic's number one target, Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazette would likely cost West Ham around £40 million.
The Hammers were facing competition from Arsenal for his signature and had a bid rejected last month.
But Lyon president Jean Michel Aulas said the Frenchman would be staying at the club at the weekend, as reported by Sky Sports.
We all know money talks in football, though.
And with West Ham's striker shortlist getting seemingly shorter by the day Sullivan and his fellow co-owner David Gold may have to stump up more than double the club's record transfer fee to get the man who can fire the 20+ goals they seek next season.